We live in a hyper-connected world in which we can obtain data from different devices, machines or tools. Science is concerned not only with the collection, but also with the analysis and extraction of valuable information that will help improve processes and devise other types of solutions.
Our colleague Denisa Kera's project Marie Curie Research Fellow Lithopy, a fairytale on blockchain governance with code was recognized as one of the top 50 projects mixing storytelling, performance, play, design & code
The call to participate in the LAPASSION Project 2020 is now open. The University of Salamanca will grant two scholarships to Higher Education students (USAL’s undergraduate or master's students) who are interested in going to Chile from March 30th to June 5th (10 weeks) to participate in the LAPASSION project.
Our Marie Curie fellow, Denisa Kera, presented her original method of anticipatory workshops on blockchain design and policy issues at the "Festival on Citizen Engagement" on 9-10 December 2019 in Brussels.